Justin's Slumber Party
12/21/2005 AT 06:00 AM EST
The fatigue-hat-sporting singer chatted with pals on his oversized mattress in the slumber-themed venue. Several times through the night, Timberlake left his bed to dance on the main floor and was hardly noticed by the packed crowd of revelers. He showed off his moves and sipped cocktails until nearly 4 a.m.
Meanwhile, two beds over, The O.C.'s Benjamin McKenzie had a late night with his buddies and a group of girls, including a 15-minute-long chat with actress Leelee Sobieski.
Sir Elton John headed to his wedding day in style with a lavish bachelor party for himself and longtime partner David Furnish at the Too2Much nightclub in London's West End on Dec 19.
John, in a turquoise suit, and Furnish, in a black sequined jacket, held court at the festivities where topless waiters in black ties and riding boots carried flutes of champagne and offered sushi to party guests including Ozzy Osbourne and his family, Kid Rock, Elizabeth Hurley and boyfriend Arun Nayar, Bryan Adams, Will & Grace's Eric McCormack and Sir Ian McKellan. Though he couldn't attend, Bill Clinton offered his congratulations via a specially recorded video message.
After hobnobbing with their well-wishers for almost three hours, the grooms went home to get some beauty sleep for their civil-ceremony nuptials on Wednesday at Windsor's Guildhall, the spot where Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles married in April.
Caught in the Act
Christina Aguilera, celebrating her 25th birthday with new husband Jordan Bratman at promoter Brent Bolthouse's party at West Hollywood club Privilege. The newlyweds ate cupcakes in the VIP area with friends including Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton, Wilmer Valderrama, Mandy Moore and her beau Zach Braff. Also on hand: Jamie Foxx and Kanye West, performing their hit "Gold Digger."
Alanis Morissette and Tommy Lee, partying at club Le Passage in Chicago. The Grammy-winning singer jumped into the deejay booth and began singing freestyle while Lee spun records and poured his vodka bottle into several girls' mouths.
By JON WARECH, PHIL BOUCHER, MARISA LAUDADIO and CINDY DAMPIER